What Makes a Honda Is Who Makes a Honda: Alex’s Story
Meet Alex, a Honda process engineer who believes it’s his job to makes things better. He helps make Honda better by working on the Civic, but he also helps make his community better helping minority youth realize “the power of dreams.”
What Makes a Honda Is Who Makes a Honda: Freddie’s Story
Freddie is a senior production manager at Honda Power Equipment Manufacturing in North Carolina. He was one of the first 50 employees hired in 1985, and he took the opportunity to grow with the company. He also serves as sergeant at arms for the Hawfields Civitan Club, a nonprofit organization that supports community causes. Whether supporting co-workers or the community, Freddie is what makes a Honda.
What Makes a Honda Is Who Makes a Honda: Annie's Story
Annie uses her aerospace engineering background to help understand how the air outside a vehicle impacts the noise inside. She loves being able to positively affect people's lives by paying attention to the little details that make a big difference. Her work as a guardian ad litem for Court Appointed Special Advocates allows her to take this passion into the community as well. Annie is who makes a Honda.
What Makes a Honda Is Who Makes a Honda: Tina's Story
Fifteen years ago, Tina was one of the first associates to join Honda of South Carolina. Today, she is the production coordinator for the Honda Pioneer side-by-side. Tina also volunteers her time to her family's medical transportation business. Through her outstanding leadership and dedication to giving back to the community, Tina is what makes a Honda.
Honda Mfg. of Alabama Associates Team Up to Clean Up
More than 60 Honda Manufacturing of Alabama (HMA) associates and family members took to the roads in Lincoln Saturday as part of the "Don't Drop it on Alabama" 2012 Community Cleanup Day. For more information, read the press release.
HMA Alabama Tornado Response
HMA Alabama Tornado Response
When disaster struck, Honda Manufacturing Associates stepped up and helped out. See how HMA made a difference for Alabama in a time of need.
EMPLOYMENT IN AMERICA
- Honda has had no layoffs in more than 50 years of operations in the U.S.
- 2013 U.S. payroll reached $2.1 billion.
- 401(k) plan with employer match, along with traditional pension benefits, are part of Honda's competitive compensation package.
- Jobs in manufacturing represent 73 percent of Honda's direct U.S. employment.
- American Honda automobile, powersports, and power equipment dealerships provide 146,700 jobs in the U.S., creating a positive economic impact on communities across the nation.
- Honda's 530 U.S. suppliers provide tens of thousands of jobs in the U.S.
Honda associates work across all sectors—
sales and service, manufacturing, research
and development, engineering, and finance.
Jobs in Manufacturing Represent 73% of Honda’s Direct U.S. Employment
Honda’s Total Direct U.S.
Employment Reached More Than
28,500 Associates in 2013
Honda’s Direct U.S. Manufacturing Employment Through 2013
Honda’s production associates work with
Honda engineers to develop original
technologies to improve the safety and
ergonomics of manufacturing procedures.
Honda associates and engineers collaborated
with The Ohio State University to create the
“Superseat,” a chair that provides associates
easy maneuverability inside the Odyssey
minivan frame as it moves along the assembly
line at Honda's Lincoln, Alabama auto plant.